Secret Spaces in Wiltshire
Wiltshire has a magnetism which attracts people from all over the world. Almost half of the county is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (ANOB) with World Heritage sites Stonehenge and Avebury central to the attraction. Travelling around Wiltshire is like a journey through time, with plenty of ancient history, with Roman, Norman and Saxon times leaving their signature on the timeless towns and countryside. Wiltshire seems to have endless must-see landmarks, nestled between Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Dorset, Somerset, Hampshire and Berkshire.
The medieval town of Salisbury, with its famous cathedral, is rich with historical charm and offers many places to sample local food, drink and delicacies. The town and county is awash with festivals, music, theatre and the arts which brings people back in to the present.
Retail therapy is an enjoyable past-time for locals and tourists, with various designer and factor outlets in Swindon and surrounding areas. There are also plenty of independent retailers and local tearooms to keep local identity and keep the market town atmosphere.
Weekend getaways in Wiltshire give you the chance to connect with the outdoors. With so much AONB, walking and cycling through quintessential English countryside are popular past times to enjoy the open air. The perfect place to unwind and relax whilst keeping active. You wouldn’t think you are circa 90 minutes from the hustle and bustle of London!
With wonders around every corner, you won’t be disappointed.